Trust in MDE Components: the DOMINO Experiment

Abstract : A large number of modeling activities can be automatic or computer assisted. This automation ensures a more rapid and robust software development. However, engineers must ensure that the models have the properties required for the application. In order to tend towards this requirement, the DOMINO project (DOMaINs and methodological prOcess) proposes to use the socalled trustworthy Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) components and aims to provide a methodology for the validation and qualification of such components.
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Benoit Baudry, Pierre Bazex, Jean-Charles Dalbin, Philippe Dhaussy, Hubert Dubois, et al.. Trust in MDE Components: the DOMINO Experiment. SD4RCES workshop in conjunction with SAFECOMP 2010, 2010, Vienna, Austria. ⟨inria-00555044⟩

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